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RiverNet is designed to bring you the latest information on the water quality in select rivers of North Carolina.
Led by Dr. William J. Showers at North Carolina State University's Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, RiverNet is a program that is designed to understand nitrogen fluxes in watersheds with different land uses. This is achieved through the continual collection of different types of water quality data in an effort to provide the information needed to promote the long-term sustainability of natural and managed watersheds and to develop successful remediation strategies.
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NCSU RiverNet Program | North Carolina State University | 1125 Jordan Hall, NC State University, Raleigh, NC 27695 | Director: Dr. William J. Showers



Pressure Transducers are damaged at Clayton, Fort Barnwell, Grifton and Seven Springs

Clayton Station was under water during the storm event, it has been repaired except for the Pressure Transducer

Lower Basin Stations Ft. Barnwell, Grifton and Seven Springs are under water and can not be reached to be repaired